Directions & Parking
I-30 west to University Drive exit (follow signs to Cultural District); north on University Drive to Lancaster (third traffic light); left on Lancaster one block to Van Cliburn Way; right on Van Cliburn Way; Museum is immediately on the left.
From Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Take south exit out of airport and follow signs to Fort Worth; Highway 183 west to 121; 35W south to I-30 west to University Drive exit (follow signs to Cultural District); north on University Drive to Lancaster (third traffic light); left on Lancaster one block to Van Cliburn Way; right on Van Cliburn Way; Museum is immediately on the left.
Ride the T to the Fort Worth Intermodal Station. From there, catch bus 2, 7, or 57 to get to the Kimbell. Find your route here.
NOTE: The Darnell Street parking lot will be closed for construction beginning July 5.
Upon completion, the new space will continue to provide free car and bicycle parking to art museum visitors as well as an integrated Bike Share pad. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
FREE UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE IN THE PIANO PAVILION
Under the lawn of the Kimbell Art Museum lies the city's most pristine parking garage. This 50,000-square-foot space has capacity for 135 cars and allows visitors to access both buildings of the Kimbell Art Museum. It also reinstates the primacy of the west facade entrance of the Louis Kahn Building, as originally intended by Kahn himself. It features an aesthetic use of light silver/gray concrete and flooring to allow a transference of light—echoing the sentiments towards the use of natural light in both of the Museum's buildings—even though the garage rests entirely below ground.
Photograph by Nic Lehoux
The free parking garage is accessible off Van Cliburn way adjacent to the east parking lot of the Kahn Building.
Bicycle racks are available across Van Cliburn Way from the Museum, outside the Modern Art Museum.
Fort Worth Bike Sharing bicycles will be available for rent on the corner of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Van Cliburn Way, outside the Modern Art Museum, on Tuesday July 5. Find out more information here.